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David Harding James Obituary


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“I'm so glad to have known you Dave. We were friends five minutes after meeting and it seems thats the way you were with everyone in your life. Your...Read More »
1 of 3 | Posted by: Chris Sanford - Attleboro, MA

“A lot of good, fun & funny memories with Dave. Camping in Maine; popping in at 2:00 a.m. ; an adventurous trip to Hartford....... Thanks for the...Read More »
2 of 3 | Posted by: Debbie Toibb-Wilson - MA - friend

“Every happy memory of my childhood had its origins in the Pit. Gus and Mary did good. DJ, I love you. ”
3 of 3 | Posted by: Len Germinara - Nantucket, MA


David "D.J." Harding James, 55, of Carpenter Ave., Attleboro, a loving son and friend, passed January 4, 2013 at home. David was the beloved son of the late Roland "Gus" A. and Meredyth (Harding) James and was born on July 11, 1957 in Haverhill, MA. A longtime resident of Haverhill, D.J. was educated at Sacred Heart School and was a graduate of Haverhill High School, class of 1975. He was formerly employed as a clean room technician at Lucent Technologies in North Andover for over twenty years. A resident of Attleboro the past twelve years, D.J. was an avid bicycle rider, enjoyed camping and driving his black Cadillac Eldorado. David also enjoyed visiting his friends at Honey Dew Donuts at County Square in Attleboro and was a Friend of Bill W. D.J. is survived by his close friend Cyndy Gray of Seekonk and his extended family: Wendy and Clifford Colby of Seekonk and their children: Nicholas Joseph Colby and Nathan Beau Colby. David is also survived by many local friends. Family and friends are kindly invited at attend visiting hours on Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 1 PM – 3 PM in the Duffy-Poule Funeral Home, 20 Peck Street, Attleboro. A funeral service conducted by Rev. Mr. Adel Malloy of St. John the Evangelist Church will follow on Saturday at 3 PM. D.J. will be laid to rest at a later date in St. Patrick Cemetery in Haverhill. In lieu of flowers and those wishing to remember David in a special way, contributions in his memory may be made to the Attleboro Dog Park, c/o Park and Forestry Department, 77 Park Street, Attleboro, MA 02703.

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